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Pattack Falls , near Druim An Aird , Highlands , Scotland
Scotland

The Pattack Falls can be found on the A86 just west of Laggan .

The car park found here leads to the falls themselves and a viewing platform , but a path can be followed for a few miles to the village of Druim An Aird which now lies empty and in ruin .

The falls and gorge are known to have been used in filming of the tv programme "Monarch Of The Glen"

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Tags: uk; scotland; druim an aird; pattack falls; gorge; ruins
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